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Connect to teradata dabase from host running on virtual machine

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I have installed teradata express VMware (Linux). Able to connect to database using bteq and sql assistant located inside VM. But i need to install the Informatica in my host Windows and access the teradata database in Linux VM.

Is that possible? Please help me on how to do that?

posted Dec 18, 2014 by Sachin

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I am running the same in VMWare and this is what I have done. Install SQLA on your host and configure your VM Guest to use Bridged networking. Then in your Host machine open SQLA and try to connect to hyperjcop1. It should work and should connect to your Guest TD express instance. You can then install Informatica and configure that connection as you would in any other Informatica instance.

That is all I needed to do, hope it helps you out. If it doesn't work as I described you could try adding an entry to your hosts file on the Host machine as Rob Paller mentions.

If that fails come back and post your errors or more detail about what you have tried.

answer Dec 23, 2014 by Shweta Singh
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